Mediamorph Celebrates a Decade of Streamlining Content Distribution and Tracking

When New York-based Mediamorph first got off the ground in 2007, the company’s goal was straight-forward: meet the increasingly global content tracking needs of content providers starting with Studios, and help media and entertainment companies more-easily navigate rights manag... More

M&E Journal: The Power of Engines to Drive Entertainment App Development

By Jason Flick, CEO, You.i TV - “I never wanted to spend all of my time managing app development, but that’s the bulk of my day right now.” That’s a direct quote from a call I had recently with a business leader who was trying to launch an OTT application for her sp... More

Adobe Reports Continued Strength in Cloud Businesses During Q3

Adobe saw continued strength in its cloud businesses during the third quarter (ended Sept. 1) and continues to invest in its Sensei artificial intelligence (AI) platform and virtual reality (VR) initiatives, according to Shantanu Narayen, its CEO and president. “Central to o... More

IBC 2017: Record Visitors Reported, LiveArena Taps Microsoft Azure for AI-Driven Broadcast Room

IBC attracted a record number of visitors in its 50th year, IBC said Sept. 19, as the six-day event came to a close in Amsterdam. Attendance grew to 57,669 this time, as visitors from across the expanding media ecosystem had the opportunity to learn about the opportunities off... More

M&E Journal: Digital Workflows: Transforming Multimedia Production

By Anil Ganjoo, EVP, HCL America, Inc. - The heightened demand for enhanced digital experiences is pushing M&E enterprises to adopt intelligent operational models—that can enhance consumer engagement and revenue generation. Modern consumers have increased access to online c... More

IBC 2017: Vubiquity, Nokia Team on Service Offering; My Eye Media Has New M&E Testing Partner

Premium content services and media tech solutions firm Vubiquity used IBC 2017 to announce a new partnership with Nokia, one that has the companies debuting a new Time-Shift as a Service (T-SaaS) offering. Powered by Nokia’s Velocix media delivery platform, the Vubiquity ser... More

IBC 2017: Avid Debuts New Azure Offerings; Signiant Shows Off Fortium, GrayMeta Partnerships

Among all the companies that unveiled new solutions at IBC 2017, perhaps none made as much early noise as media tech provider Avid. In “its largest-ever set of launches at an IBC show,” Avid introduced its new MediaCentral production suite, next-gen 4K/IP video servers, an... More

Oracle’s Ellison: Company to Tout New, Machine Learning-Based Database

Oracle is preparing to unveil its next-generation, machine learning-based cloud database at its annual OpenWorld conference Oct. 1 in San Francisco, the company reported Sept. 14. The announcement came during results for its first quarter (ended Aug. 31), which were driven by ... More

IBC 2017: SDI Media, GrayMeta Partner Up; A Milestone for Sony DADC NMS

There’s nothing like a major conference to announce a major milestone. Sony DADC NMS used IBC 2017 to announce that its cloud-based Media-as-a-Service platform Ven.ue in September delivered its 10 millionth file. NMS announced it’s currently averaging 190,000 deliveries a ... More

IBC 2017: Aspera, Cisco, G-Technology, Irdeto Introduce New Solutions

IBM’s Aspera, Cisco, G-Technology and Irdeto were among members of the Media & Entertainment Services Alliance (MESA) to introduce new products, services and technologies on the first day of IBC in Amsterdam Sept. 14. As Cisco pointed out in announcing its IBC initiatives, v... More